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You may soon be living in a world where your personal health data — including results from COVID-19 testing and data proving whether or not you’ve received certain vaccines — must be shared and authenticated before you’re able to enter a sports arena, travel by air or even enter your workplace. The technology behind such...
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According to research1 conducted in Switzerland, SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies are only found in the most severe cases — about 1 in 5. That suggests COVID-19 may in fact be five times more prevalent than suspected. It also means it may be five times less deadly than predicted. The study,2 “Systemic and Mucosal Antibody Secretion Specific to...
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A concerning proportion of scientists — so far 54 in all — have been fired or resigned due to an investigation by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is looking into the researchers’ undisclosed ties to foreign institutions.1 While Charles Lieber, the former head of Harvard’s chemistry department, is one of the highest...
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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) can cause a wide range of signs and symptoms. The most common are fever, dry cough and tiredness. Other symptoms include shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, muscle aches, chills, sore throat, headache, or chest pain. But COVID-19 can also cause symptoms you might not expect, including: Gastrointestinal symptoms. COVID-19 might cause mild gastrointestinal symptoms,...
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Sheila Piper was diagnosed with early-stage lung cancer in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sheila Piper considers herself blessed. She has a wonderful family that includes Ron, her husband of 33 years, two sons and a daughter-in-law. She’s a 29-year employee of a hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota, where she’s a supervisor in...
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Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a member of the asteraceae family and has a large purple flower.1 It comes from the Mediterranean region, but after having been introduced to other parts of the world, it’s become naturalized in South America, North America and Southern Australia. The plants can grow up to 5 feet tall and...
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As health officials continue to expect a second wave of COVID-19 this fall, spreading information about how to prevent it is becoming crucial. One of the most important strategies in this regard is to optimize your vitamin D level. Vitamin D not only helps regulate immune function and prevent respiratory illnesses in general, but mounting...
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Breathing is universal, habitual and nearly always automatic. When you get stressed, your breathing pattern and rate change. This often results in more chest breathing in response to a “fight or flight” situation, a response triggered by the autonomic nervous system.1 In April 2019, a headline in The New York Times announced, “Americans Are Among...
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1 Which of the following groups are at greatest risk for both vitamin D deficiency and severe COVID-19 infection and death? Caucasians The elderly Both the elderly and people of color The elderly and people of color are the two groups that are at greatest risk for both vitamin D deficiency and severe COVID-19 infection...
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During a June 8, 2020, press briefing, Maria Van Kerkhove, the World Health Organization’s technical lead for the COVID-19 pandemic, made it very clear that people who have COVID-19 without any symptoms “rarely� transmit the disease to others. In a dramatic about-face, WHO then backtracked on the statement just one day later. In the video...
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